Interested in living with like-minded peers?
Join one of our Residence Hall Living Communities.

Special Interest Housing

Special Interest Housing creates an engaging living environment centered around a common interest, such as one's major. Students have exclusive opportunities and access to programming around their common theme. CLICK HERE to learn more.

Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities create an atmosphere of learning and growth for students involved while encouraging them to take an active role in their personal development. CLICK HERE to learn more.

Ungrouped

Sign into your MyHousing Portal to:

  • Apply for housing
  • Submit a work order
  • Check your housing status (roommates, room number, etc.)
  • Complete your Room Condition Report (RCR)

All residential students agree to the terms in the AIC Housing Agreement. This includes important information such as:

  • Housing Rates,
  • Cancellation Policies
  • Consolidation Processes
  • Alcohol and Drug Policies
  • And other pertinent information relevant to residential expectations.

Students and their families are strongly encouraged to read this document prior to applying for Housing.

Living on campus is a great way to get connected with your peers, and to engage with our clubs, organizations, and events. Students who live more than 30 miles away from the college are required to live on campus for their freshman, sophomore, and junior years while at AIC. For more information on the residency requirement, please click the link above.

Some students who fall under the residency requirement may need an exemption. If you fall under one of the following categories, you may apply for a Residency Requirement Waiver:

  • You live with your parent(s) or guardian(s) within 30 miles of AIC
  • You are a legally responsible party for dependent children or other family members
  • You live with your spouse
  • You need special housing due to a physical disability that AIC cannot reasonably accommodate

All undergraduate students living on campus are required to carry a meal plan. Students may request a waiver or a reduction to their current meal plan. All requests are reviewed by the Office of Residence Life, the Center for Accessibility Services and Academic Accommodations, the Student Accounts Office, and the Financial Aid Office. Waiver or reductions are not guaranteed upon request and may require additional follow-up. 

Commuter Students may purchase any meal plan we offer to residential students, or a meal plan offered exclusively to commuter students. Click here to request a meal plan today!

Click the link to see where the AIC Shuttle is to better plan your day!
You can also download the Ride Systems App to your smartphone for immediate access. 

AIC Shuttle Schedule:
Monday - Friday: 7:00am to 2:00am
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am to 2:00am
(shuttle does not run during breaks)

You can report a student concern through this link.

Check availability of washers and dryers in the Residence Halls.

The Damage Billing Appeal Form is used for students who received damage billing charges after they moved out and their housing assignment was inspected by a Residence Life professional staff member. Damage billing will be released via AIC Email; from the day damage billing is released, students will have 14 days to submit a Damage Billing Appeal Form.

Should you find that you'd like to change your housing assignment, please submit the Room Change Request Form. We will be glad to offer all options available to you. Please know that options may be limited by the number of beds available in a residence hall, or the waitlist we currently have. 

You're all moved in and you're wondering... now what? Check out this guid that will help you with:

  • Getting connected to the WiFi
  • Submit Work Orders
  • Manage Conflict
  • and more!